The Cause of God and Truth
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This is said|| to be evident from all the promises and threats recorded in the Scripture, to engage all men to repent, and turn to God ; for it is added, no such thing is or can 305, 314 ; cd. 2. 297, 306. § Ibid. p. 3087 ed. 2. 298.
To which I reply, that the promises and threats recorded in the Scripture, which relate to men's spiritual and eternal good,- may be reduced to and comprehended in these words, He that believeth, and is baptized, shall be saved ...
... behave according to those laws given them as a commonwealth ; that so they, under the happy government they were, might comfortably live, and they and their posterity enjoy all the blessings of a civil life in the land of promise.
This is God's work only, as appears from his promises to cleanse his people from their sins ; from the end of Christ's shedding Kis blood, and the efficacy of it; from the sanctifying influences of the Spirit ; and from the prayers of ...
GocPs promise of pardon is free, absolute, and unconditional; it is expressed in this manner ; / will be merciful to their unrighteousness, and their sins and their iniquities I will remember no more ;* and made to persons guilty both ...